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First human embryonic stem cell study approved

dogmatixpsych (786818) writes | more than 4 years ago

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dogmatixpsych (786818) writes "The FDA recently approved a privately-funded study where human embryonic stem cells will be transplanted into subjects with complete spinal cord injuries. All trials will be paid for and conducted by researchers working for Geron Corporation. The stem cells come from the existing lines Pres. Bush approved federal funding for in August 2001. With Barack Obama now president, many scientists believe federal funding will soon become available for embryonic stem cell research on new cell lines, resulting in more similar studies."
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